Coronavirus Updates

September 27th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 124th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

  • Confirmed cases and deaths
  • Vaccine progress
    • 224,980,931 people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of 9/21/22. This is 67.8% of the population. See the CDC’s dashboard here
    • 2,979,651 individuals in Kentucky are fully vaccinated as of 9/26/22. This is 58% of the population. Learn more here
    • 3,828,893 individuals in Indiana are fully vaccinated as of 9/25/22. This is 55% of the total population. Learn more here
  • Kentucky
    • The state of Kentucky’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Beshear. See the full list here.
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about when you can get a vaccine in Kentucky here
  • Indiana
    • The state of Indiana’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Holcomb. 
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about vaccine eligibility in Indiana here, including when and where you can get a vaccine. 
      • Read documentation on Indiana’s 5 stages of reopening here
      • A full resource guide for Indiana residents is available here. Recent public updates can be found here
  • Resource List

September 20th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 123st weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

  • Confirmed cases and deaths
  • Vaccine progress
    • 224,636,858 people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of 9/14/22. This is 67.7% of the population. See the CDC’s dashboard here
    • 2,587,775 individuals in Kentucky are fully vaccinated as of 9/19/22. This is 58% of the population. Learn more here
    • 3,826,606 individuals in Indiana are fully vaccinated as of 9/18/22. This is 55% of the total population. Learn more here
  • Kentucky
    • The state of Kentucky’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Beshear. See the full list here.
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about when you can get a vaccine in Kentucky here
  • Indiana
    • The state of Indiana’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Holcomb. 
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about vaccine eligibility in Indiana here, including when and where you can get a vaccine. 
      • Read documentation on Indiana’s 5 stages of reopening here
      • A full resource guide for Indiana residents is available here. Recent public updates can be found here
  • Resource List

September 13th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 122st weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

  • Confirmed cases and deaths
  • Vaccine progress
    • 224,367,691 people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of 9/7/22. This is 67.6% of the population. See the CDC’s dashboard here
    • 2,585,575 individuals in Kentucky are fully vaccinated as of 9/12/22. This is 58% of the population. Learn more here
    • 3,824,492 individuals in Indiana are fully vaccinated as of 9/11/22. This is 55% of the total population. Learn more here
  • Kentucky
    • The state of Kentucky’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Beshear. See the full list here.
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about when you can get a vaccine in Kentucky here
  • Indiana
    • The state of Indiana’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Holcomb. 
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about vaccine eligibility in Indiana here, including when and where you can get a vaccine. 
      • Read documentation on Indiana’s 5 stages of reopening here
      • A full resource guide for Indiana residents is available here. Recent public updates can be found here
  • Resource List

Lexington-Fayette Coronavirus Information

September 7th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 121st weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

  • Confirmed cases and deaths
  • Vaccine progress
    • 224,113,439 people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of 8/31/22. This is 67.5% of the population. See the CDC’s dashboard here
    • 2,584,233 individuals in Kentucky are fully vaccinated as of 9/6/22. This is 58% of the population. Learn more here
    • 3,821,535 individuals in Indiana are fully vaccinated as of 9/1/22. This is 55% of the total population. Learn more here
  • Kentucky
    • The state of Kentucky’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Beshear. See the full list here.
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about when you can get a vaccine in Kentucky here
  • Indiana
    • The state of Indiana’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Holcomb. 
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about vaccine eligibility in Indiana here, including when and where you can get a vaccine. 
      • Read documentation on Indiana’s 5 stages of reopening here
      • A full resource guide for Indiana residents is available here. Recent public updates can be found here
  • Resource List

Lexington-Fayette Coronavirus Information

August 31th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 120th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

  • Confirmed cases and deaths
  • Vaccine progress
    • 223,914,723 people in the United States are fully vaccinated as of 8/24/22. This is 67.4% of the population. See the CDC’s dashboard here
    • 2,581,875 individuals are fully vaccinated in Kentucky as of 8/29/22. This is 58% of the population. Learn more here
    • 3,819,773 individuals are fully vaccinated in Indiana as of 8/28/22. This is 54.9% of the total population. Learn more here
  • Kentucky
    • The state of Kentucky’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Beshear. See the full list here.
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about when you can get a vaccine in Kentucky here
  • Indiana
    • The state of Indiana’s response to COVID-19 includes both guidelines for specific groups and Executive Orders from Governor Holcomb. 
      • The Pfizer vaccine is now available for children ages 5 to 11, after the FDA’s authorization of the vaccine for that age group. 
      • Learn more about vaccine eligibility in Indiana here, including when and where you can get a vaccine. 
      • Read documentation on Indiana’s 5 stages of reopening here
      • A full resource guide for Indiana residents is available here. Recent public updates can be found here
  • Resource List

August 15th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 119th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

July 25th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 118th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

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July 19th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 117th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

 

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July 12th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 116th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

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July 6th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 115th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

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June 28th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 114th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

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June 20th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 113th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

Lexington-Fayette Coronavirus Information

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June 14th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 112th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures. 

Lexington-Fayette Coronavirus Information

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June 9th, 2022

In order to best protect our staff and patients, we are continuing to require that everyone wears a mask in all of our offices. You can read more about our response to COVID-19 on our website.

This is our 111th weekly update regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, you will find updated facts and figures.